• Twitter Repositions, Plans Marketing Campaign
    Twitter is repositioning itself as a source of breaking news and forum for live commentary, and is also preparing a marketing campaign to broaden its appeal among Internet users.
  • Clinton Demanded Social Media Passwords For VP Prospects' Families
    It may be illegal for employers to ask jobseekers for their social media passwords during the hiring process, but that rule does not apply when you're in the running for Vice President of the United States.
  • New Social Net, Candid, Aims For Anonymity And Civility
    Candid users sign in from their Facebook account, and the network tells them how many of their Facebook friends are also on Candid, but not which ones.
  • Social Media Correlated With Stress In Teens
    Being a teenager was hard enough before the advent of social media, which may be contributing to even higher levels of stress among adolescents.
  • DOJ LOL: Justice Department Throws Shade On CNN In Tweet
    A careless U.S. Justice Department staffer tweeted a pithy opinion about CNN, using the DOJ's official Twitter account instead of his or her own personal account.
  • Trump's Social Media Posts Beat Clinton's, Hands Down
    Pew found that Trump's Twitter posts were retweeted an average of around 6,000 times, compared to 2,500 for Sanders and just 1,500 for Clinton.
  • Social Media Helped Defeat Turkish Coup
    Social media did not defeat the attempted coup in Turkey over the weekend - but it certainly played a big part in allowing the human actors to get their messages out.
  • Parents Worry Social Media Undermines Kids' Moral Development
    Social media is a great way to meet people but it may not be so good at teaching you how to treat them.
  • Social Media Is Ideal For Vulnerable Narcissists
    While it's become cliche to say that heavy social media users are narcissistic, did you know that there are actually two different kinds of narcissists?
  • FTC Raps Warner Bros. For Social Influencer Campaign
    Warner Bros. is in hot water with the FTC because of a social media influencer campaign that didn't clearly disclose that influencers were paid to promote a video game.
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